Vero Beach, Fla. – The Eventing Riders Association of North America (ERAofNA) is now accepting applications for the for the newly created part-time position of Executive Director. This individual will have overall operational and administrative responsibility for ERAofNA membership programs, sponsorship development, communications, marketing and public relations, financial management, and governance coordination.
The Executive Director will work closely with ERAofNA’s President, Executive Committee, and Board of Directors to execute the organization’s mission of assimilating and leveraging the collective voice of North America’s riders, equine professionals, and owners in pursuit of enhancing and growing the sport of eventing in North America.
Individuals interested in the position of ERAofNA Executive Director can find a full job description here. Applicants are asked to submit a cover letter, resume, and references to Shannon Lilley at [email protected] by August 15, 2017.
Learn more about ERAofNA here.
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